Recovering from addiction takes dedication, clarity, will and support, among other attributes. Two people participating in the Athens County Prosecutor’s Office’s Community Justice programs also have a powerful asset in their recovery journey: L
Prosecution to seek more than $200K in restitution, lengthy prison sentence Stephanie Wilson, 47, of Stewart, appeared in Athens County Common Pleas Court Thursday and pleaded guilty to theft-related charges during her time as the City of Nelsonville’s deputy auditor …
Fourteen clients of the Athens County Empowerment (A.C.E.) program recently spent two days to complete a deep clean of 770 and 784 Poplar St. in Nelsonville as part of their community service hours in the diversion program. A.C.E. is part
Jordan Dixon, 28 of Nelsonville, was arrested Tuesday by the Athens County Prosecutor’s Office after a search warrant was executed at a Nelsonville residence and 10 grams of heroin were discovered. Officials with the prosecutor’s office, in conjunction with the Nelsonville Polic
Glouster woman given new lease on life through prosecutor’s office program Cary Losey awoke groggy with pain in her face. Her head drowned in confusion from the drugs in her system. As her vision began to clear, the face of her eldest son started to come into focus; as did his hand c
Bryan Darst stared at concrete walls while sitting on a cot inside a facility he was all too familiar with. His mind raced, drowning out the noise made from dozens of inmates around him. He knew what he wanted; he’d even had it before, briefly. But he needed a way to keep it
Reuben Kittle, director of diversion, hugs a Vivitrol program graduate during a completion ceremony while Becky Filar, director of Community Justice, and Athens County Prosecutor Keller Blackburn prepare to deliver her certificate.